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Humanitarian Assistance

Free Ready to Eat Food- Distribution

Every day approximately 9500 to 10,000 ready to eat packets have been distributed among migrant labourers, slum dwellers, transgender and street dwellers living in and around Bangalore with the help of the volunteers approved by the BBMP.

Provision Kit distribution

During the lockdown, migrants, daily wage, and other workers in the unorganised sector faced huge difficulty in meeting their essential needs. DIN provided dry ration kits to 3000 families in Bangalore and nearby districts. This support was extended to transgender persons, sex workers and other marginalised groups too.

Pan India Provision Kit/ Grocery Distribution

Around 4300 provision and Grocery kits worth Rs. 32 Lakhs distributed among the most marginalised people in 7 state cities across the country with the help of associates of Dream India Network Bengaluru. The states and cities covered through this engagement are Coimbatore (TN), Chittoor (AP), Kolkata (WB), Etawah (UP) Saharanpur (UP), Madhepur (Bihar), Maharashtra and Delhi. This project was implemented in partnership with United Way Bengaluru.

Accommodation of Migrants

Dream India Network with its partner Impact India Consortium has directly supported nearly 4000 migrants with free food, accommodation, transportation, health facilities and COVID care treatment. In addition to this migrants were directly looked after by DIN with the help of philanthropists through temporary shelters. The project was also implemented with the support of various philanthropists. 

Old age home and children’s homes

Old age homes and children’s homes were supported by Dream India Network with food, clothes and COVID care during this pandemic. They were in direct need of basic needs during the pandemic as they could not get assistance from the public due to lockdown and curfew. DIN stepped into the same and addressed their requirements with the support of different stakeholders. 

Aiding the Distressed Families – ADFN

This project is initiated to identify the most distressed families. More than 1000 families were identified in different parts of Bengaluru who were really in a distressing situation i.e., facing challenges in meeting their basic needs due to the pandemic situation. The families grouped into clusters and were locally supported by attaching the cluster with generous persons in the locality and providing them with grocery and dry ration kits.

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